Tag Archives: Bach

Friday Webcast, May 6, 2016

    Join us at 8pm EDT for our weekly webcast featuring Jeff Steinberg and Matthew Ogden. Russian Orchestra Concert at the Ancient Palmyra Amphitheater —Powerful Sign of Hope for the Future Russian Orchestra Concert at the Ancient Palmyra Amphitheater … Continue reading

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Unheard Melodies: Harmonic Dissymmetry and Musical Inversion

by Megan BeetsMusic is not sound. Though it appears to us dressed in the attire of audible tones, music as such is not a consequence of those tones.1 In fact, many a tone has been sounded under the banner of … Continue reading

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Schiller Institute Issues Appeal to Artists & Scientists: Prevent World War III Before It’s Too Late

The Schiller Institute has issued the following appeal for circulation and signature among scientific and artistic layers. Visit the Schiller Institute’s New Paradigm site for more. Never since the beginning of human civilization has the danger been as great, that … Continue reading

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Interview with Pope Francis

If Enda Kenny’s government had not closed down the Irish Embassy to the Vatican almost two years ago, he may have been more able to give a competent opinion on the interview with Pope Francis which was published throughout the … Continue reading

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24 July 2013 Weekly Report with Lyndon LaRouche

Watch the Weekly Report and Listen to Mozart’s Musical Examples here Megan Beets starts out this edition of the Weekly Report saying; If you ask almost anybody today, what is music, the answer you’ll get back 99.9% of the time … Continue reading

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Monday, 3 June Policy Committee Discussion with Lyndon LaRouche

In the 3 June discussion LaRouche emphasizes that we must pass Glass-Steagall  in June. He says; “And it better be the early part of June.  You’re in a very serious situation.  We can lose civilization, entirely. And don’t count on … Continue reading

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Glass-Steagall or Else

 Glass-Steagall or Else GLASS-STEAGALL AND NAWAPA NOW by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. May 31, 2013 For me, an uncertain new modern history had begun with the virtually sudden death of U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt. That true great warrior of … Continue reading

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Schiller Conference Presents A New Paradigm: Using the SDI Principle Today to Save Mankind

The 30th anniversary of President Ronald Reagan’s announcement of the Strategic Defense Initiative (SDI), on March 23, finds mankind at a crucial crossroads, still threatened by the danger of thermonuclear war and economic-strategic crisis that led Lyndon LaRouche to propose … Continue reading

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A NEW SYSTEM AMONG NATIONS

This is a pre-release document. Grasping the future! By Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. March 10, 2013 An ugly era for the United States had begun in fact, with the election of Harry S Truman as Vice-President. That is to say, … Continue reading

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Celebrate Giuseppe Verdi’s Bicentennial: Read and Listen

11 Jan, 2013 (EIRNS) This year is the two-hundredth anniversary, the bicentennial, of Giuseppe Verdi’s birth. Verdi is not only the most famous Italian composer, but the composer most performed in opera theaters throughout the world. There is no other … Continue reading

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